Alleged Government Worker Sparks Backlash As They Try To Sell BTS’s Jungkook’s Lost Hat Online » GossipChimp

Recently, Korean ARMYs discovered a post on the internet that has sparked a debate after the OP (original poster) claimed to be a government employee promoting a hat. bts‘s jungkook supposedly left at the Foreign Ministry office in 2021.

Jungkook from BTS | @SeptemberJK97/Twitter

Post listed a black KANGOL Casual Bermuda bucket hat on the market with a high value of ₩10.0 million KRW (about $6,990 USD). The OP explained in the item description how they came to own the item.

Post promoting a hat that supposedly belonged to Jungkook | elqoo

Selling a hat worn by Jungkook from BTS

– Obtained in September 2021

– Why I have it: I found out when BTS paid a confidential visit to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to do their passports, and Jungkook left him in the waiting area. (I am enclosing my ID card as proof.) Since then, for the next six months, he has not called or visited to retrieve it. Therefore, the possession now belongs to the one who discovered it, which is me.

– It is a KANGOL model bucket hat worn by Jungkook himself. It is in used condition. Can’t buy this anywhere else.

– The price is expected to increase longer because it was once owned by a world celebrity.

– Shipping only by mail.

– Serious inquiries only. Please do not contact me if you are not interested in buying.

– The price is agency. In fact, I suppose that sooner or later, the value of the hat will improve significantly over the recommended value.

Item description | elqoo

KANGOL bucket hats can be easily purchased online and are moderately priced, making it difficult to confirm the legitimacy of BTS’s Jungkook who previously prided himself on owning the exact hat listed.

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BTS’s Jungkook was seen sporting the hat in an image of the group. 2021 MUSTER SOWOOZOO essays, showing that he owned the same hat at one point.

(L to R) BTS’s RM, Jungkook (wearing a KANGOL bucket hat), V, and J-Hope during rehearsals for “2021 MUSTER SOWOOZOO” | @BTS_twt/Twitter

Knowing that there may be doubts about the legitimacy of the OP’s claims, they posted a redacted photo of his official identification card to indicate that they had reason to be in the Foreign Ministry office.

Identification card of supposed official authorities of OP | elqoo

Netizens also found a problem with the claim that possession of the item was transferred after six months. A K-netizen touched on the consideration of the statement’s legality while asking fans to report the suspected government official to the Foreign Ministry office.

On the one hand, the federal government employee in question does not perceive how the legislation works. Possession of lost merchandise can only pass to the finder if the sole owner of the merchandise is not identifiable. This employee has proven factual knowledge that the merchandise belonged to Jungkook. In this case, because the sole owner is identifiable, the property will continue to belong to Jungkook, unless Jungkook officially relinquishes his right of possession. Therefore, at this level, this employee may very well be accused of theft and/or embezzlement.

— Tweet translated from @shnij/Twitter

In a separate tweet, the K-netizen added: “Report to the manager of the audit department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The merchandise has since been marked as purchased, indicating that someone paid the nearly $7,000 USD for the hat.

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The hat that supposedly belonged to Jungkook was bought for almost $7,000 USD | elqoo

If the hat belonged to Jungkook, do you think the OP had the precision to promote it?

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